Rubio: Obama ‘has become like everyone else in Washington’

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) accused President Obama of having lost the qualities which attracted Americans to vote for him in 2008.

“When this president ran for office in 2008, he said he was going to be different, he said he was going to be a post-partisan uniter that brings everyone together and three and a half years later the president, quite frankly, has become like everyone else in Washington D.C,” the freshman senator said on Fox News Sunday.

“This obsessive effort to win his reelection – he has lost himself and he has lost what makes him different and this issue of how they’ve used the bin Laden raid is one example about how his administration has become just like everybody else,” Rubio added.



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